No More Nasties!
Concerned about what’s going into your beauty buys? Here’s the good girl’s guide to prettifying…
usually found: In everything From our make-up to our moisturiser Keep an eye out for a bunny hopping around on the back of your beauty products. This furry friend is a representation of PETA’S Beauty Without Bunnies programme, which indicates that the product and its ingredients have never been tested on animals. Yay! Thankfully, a rising number of cosmetic cool kids are opting for these alternative methods. High-fives to this lot…
eyeko black magic mascara, £17.50
Finding a cruelty-free mascara can be tricky, but this one gives serious volume without any clogging. Skills!
the body shop Honey bronze shimmering Dry oil, £16
Use a tanning mitt to swipe this sheeny golden-ness from top to toe, then wait for the compliments to come rolling in.
Illamasqua Glamore lipstick In rosepout, £ 19.50
Slick straight from the bullet or pat into place with fingertips for a more kissed-in finish.
pür cosmetics cameo contour Dual-ended contour Foundation, £ 27
Kim K contouring without any of the hassle. Swipe the darker shade on to define, then show it off with the highlighting end.
Dr Hauschka kajal eyeliner, £16
As kind to your peepers as the animals it’s not tested on. We worked it all around the water line and our eyes didn’t water – result or what?
Hey, Don’t test on this little Fella!